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Circuit Breaker Ep. 185: AC Birthday Features, and Unconventional Top 10 Picks

Talking the new website features along with classic movie talk…

Welcome to the AwardsCircuit.com podcast “Circuit Breaker! The Awards, & TV Podcast,” part of the CIRCUIT BREAKER MEDIA NETWORK. “Circuit Breaker” is a weekly podcast show with host and site editor and owner Clayton Davis. With a team of panelists including Mark Johnson, Joey Magidson, Chris James, and Karen Peterson, along with other guests, we discuss movies, television and all the awards shows that need predicting. New episodes are released every Monday. Podcasts produced by Drew Griffith.
Find the show on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @Circuit_Pod, email us at podcast@awardscircuit.com and submit your comments and questions at the bottom of the episode.
On the agenda:
  • Awards Circuit Birthday!
  • New website and features. The crew takes one of the quizzes on the site
  • (Possible) Movie releases everyone’s excited about
  • Listener Questions
  • Unconventional Top 10 picks

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Written by Drew Griffith

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  1. Cinephile Showdown:

    Hugh Jackman or Christian Bale in The Prestige?

    Brad Pitt or Leonardo DiCaprio in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood?

    Aaron Eckhart or Gary Oldman in The Dark Knight?

    Viola Davis or Denzel Washington in Fences?

    Sally Field or Tommy Lee Jones in Lincoln?

  2. Two questions for circuit breaker:

    1. Has there been a season of a tv show, or a performance in a season of a tv show, that you would put as your number of that year if you combined movies and tv?

    2. Delete the Actor for 2008

  3. Pick a movie and give it enough nominations so that it has nominations in four acting categories. You can pick any performance if there are multiples, or more than one. You don’t have to remove any real life nominees to make room (unless you want to) but I’m interested in seeing what movies have four performances that are worthy of nominations.

    Some suggestions:

    Titanic – Add Actor (DiCaprio), Supporting Actor (Zane),
    American Beauty – Add Supporting Actor (Wes Bentley/Chris Cooper), Supporting Actress (Mena Suvari/Thora Birch)
    Marriage Story – Add Supporting Actor (Alda/Liotta)

Poll: Breaking Bad or The Sopranos?

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